According to a recent survey by Ipsos, 61% of South Africans will vote for the African National Congress. About 13% of people refused to say who they'd vote for or didn't know who to vote for.
Despite countless complaints about the ruling party, it still enjoys the most support from South Africans.
Ipsos, the market research company, did a survey to see how South Africans are feeling about the upcoming national elections.
According to their survey, 61% of South Africans will vote for the ANC.
Briefly.co.za gathered that more than 3 500 South Africans took part in the survey near the end of 2018.
The Democratic Alliance has the second most support with 14%, the Economic Freedom Fighters have 9% and the Inkatha Freedom Party have 2%.
13% of survey-takers did not want to say who'd they'd vote for or didn't know who to vote for.
Ipsos says this is just a snapshot of how voters are feeling, and it's not a prediction of the elections' outcome.
Only 79% of South Africans who can vote have registered, and 39% say that there are no political parties who share their view.
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